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    This project was finalised in La Coruña in 2007. More than one type of work was needed for this project: construction, industrial construction, public works, marine works, and ground stabilisation.

    Twin tanks were built with a storage capacity of 150,000 m³ each. This project also involved building the foundations and structures necessary for plant processes. The facilities necessary included everything from gas tank discharge to the output of gases into the grid, as well as urbanisation, drainage systems, and waste water treatment.

    Six buildings were erected for the plant: a control building, an administrative building, a building to monitor discharge, a building to monitor truckloads, one for security, and one fire station. Three other buildings were built in addition: main and secondary substations, and a storage area and workshop.

    Since the plant is located on an embankment in the water that is next to an area with steep cliffs, ground stabilisation work was necessary.


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    Two LNG tanks with a capacity of 150,000 m³ each.
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